Chris Driedger from Seattle Kraken had ACL surgery. He will be out for at most seven months

SEATTLE — The Seattle Kraken There will be no goalie Chris Driedger According to the team, he will be out for most of the season following surgery to fix a torn ACL on his right knee.

Driedger sustained an injury while playing for Canada in the title match of the world championships against Finland. He underwent surgery Monday.

Driedger's first season as a Kraken player was difficult due to injuries and inconsistency. Driedger played in 27 games, with a 2.96 goals against the average and a.899 save rate. These were his worst records. Last offseason, Driedger signed a $10.5 million three-year deal with the Kraken.

The Kraken currently have two healthy goalies, with Driedger likely to be out for at least seven more months. Philipp Grubauer And Joey Daccord.

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